Posts Tagged ‘ Wireless Sensors ’

Freescale Semiconductor Ltd (FSL) Management Discusses Q2 2013 Results …

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May 26, 2016

Question-and-Answer Session Operator Our first question comes from John Pitzer of Crédit Suisse. John W. Pitzer – Crédit Suisse AG, Research Division My first question is on the gross margin improvement. From the September quarter, calling for 75 to 100 basis points on. I wonder if you can help me understand, to...
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Health, wellness wireless sensor networks worth $16B by 2017

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May 23, 2016

By 2017, more than 18 million health and wellness cloud-connected wireless sensor network (WSN) systems–excluding sports/fitness devices–will be shipped globally with annual revenues exceeding $16 billion, according to a report from San Diego-based technology research firm ON World. “Smart mobile devices connected to sensing and control networks have created new opportunities where none existed...
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Hometown U: Professor invents cheap way to monitor remote property

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May 14, 2016

As an undergraduate at Washington State University, John Lund worked as a summer intern for the Alaska Department of Transportation, pushing tedious paperwork on utility relocations or traveling across the state to inspect telephone poles or road culverts. “I would see some of the ridiculous things you had to do for inspections,” he says,...
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iPhone 5S Predictions: Release Date, Features, Cost

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April 29, 2016
iPhone 5S Predictions: Release Date, Features, Cost

Tweet The iPhone 5 is already rumored to be getting replaced sometime later this year with the most recent iPhone 5S launch rumors suggesting that it will be coming in September. We’ve also heard a ton about possible features on the iPhone 5S and now, in the wake of these rumors and leaks, it’s...
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Sensor Data up for Grabs

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April 20, 2016

Distributed wireless sensors are increasingly being used to monitor all sorts of things—from water quality in a river to the oven in your kitchen. A startup in the U.K. called Pachube wants to kick-start a revolution in new apps and services by providing ways for anyone to share and access all this sensor data....
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Batteries not included

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April 17, 2016

EnlargeFLEX YOUR POWERWhen bent or flexed, the zinc oxide nanowires in this little generator produce enough electrical charge to power a sensor and wireless transmitter, no batteries necessary. Such sensors might be used to monitor the integrity of buildings or bridges.Y. Hu et al./Nano Letters/2011 Imagine charging your iPod just by shouting into it,...
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